Monday, February 02, 2009

Hey Markos

I think I speak for many of the readers of this tiny blog when I say, in reference to point 7 of this post, that a "doctor" (from the Latin word for "learned") is a person with a "doctorate" degree, be it in medicine, physics, or classical literature, you anti-intellectual, technocratic asshat. Truthfully, I'm shocked that someone with a law degree doesn't know that already, and that someone so liberal is so reflexively hostile to academics.

1 comment:

TioChuy said...

My professors generally prefer it if I call them by their first name. It is especially helpful when trying to get overrides and the like. Oh and the Deans LOVE it when you call them Bob or Jim or something.